Central point of information on current projects and initiatives in Region 2
Wellington International Airport Runway 16 & 34 Tactical Plan
This policy describes the Area 16 Fire and Emergency NZ requirements for personnel using personal cellphones.
In certain situations, volunteers may claim reimbursement when it comes to loss of personal income or for costs to care for dependents. This guide describes the situations under which you may claim, and how to submit your claim.
Follow this process when a volunteer seeks reimbursement for loss of personal income and other approved costs after attending a training course administered by Training or other claimable event.
This policy sets out the rules, processes and delegations that apply when a volunteer seeks reimbursement for loss of income, family/whānau support or other approved costs.
From December 2018 to February 2019, Fire and Emergency New Zealand ran two people surveys which focused on getting your feedback on how we can make our organisation the best it can be. A big thank you to all those who responded. The time and thought that you put into your responses is appreciated; your feedback is critical to shaping the way we understand and support all our people across Fire and Emergency.
Current schedule of the quarterly grant payable to voluntary rural fire forces.
For the 2018/2019 audit year 20 audit zones have been created. This audit was focussed on Zone 19 encompassing the East Otago fire area and the Otago rural fire district.
Te Ūpoko is large and diverse. All New Zealand demographics are represented within the Region, distributed throughout its six Areas and five Rural Districts. The Region is also geographically diverse; volcanic mountains, extensive farmlands, flood plains, natural gas fields, provincial cities and the nation’s capital are surrounded by a long coastline.